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Listen to Subway Buskers That Sound Eerily like the Beatles at Union Square

By Bianca Bahamondes

Listen to Subway Buskers That Sound Eerily like the Beatles at Union Square
Earlier this week, a pair of Brooklyn twins were busking at the 14th Street subway station near Union Square when passersby took notice and realized they sounded incredibly similar to John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Twitter user Matt Whitlock took to the platform to share the wonderful music by Amiri and Rahiem Taylor:

https://twitter.com/mattwhitlockPM/status/967806615717064704

A great person to discover the duo, too! Matt Whitlock formerly worked in artist management and after tweeting the original recording of the twins shared with followers their twitter handle, @blacrabbitband. He added: “not only do they cover the beatles flawlessly, their original music is also incredible and deserves to be heard – amiri and rahiem taylor will be touring the world very soon, i can feel it.”

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According to Blac Rabbit’s Twitter account, this isn’t the first time they’ve played the Beatles in NYC subways, but we’re glad this time it was shared with the world!

Featured image search: Twitter / Matt Whitlock